Taxodium distichum 'Cascade Falls' PP12,296 (natural single stem)

Weeping Baldcypress

Cascade Falls Weeping Baldcypress is a rare and unique weeping form of the normally bolt-upright Taxodium distichum. The branches weep in cascading falls of the feathery, fine-textured leaves. We train the central leader to heights from 8 to 12' tall, then allow the leader to weep from that point.

Category: Small weeping ornamental; deciduous conifer
Hardiness: 6b to 11
Foliage: Bright medium green
Fall Color: Bronze
Bark: Peeling in reddish brown strips
Winter Interest: The peeling bark on the trunk.
Texture: Fine
Shape: Weeping
Mature Size: Cascade Falls Weeping Baldcypress is trained to a certain height, then allowed to weep from that point
Growth Rate: Fast
Adaptability: Taxodium distichum 'Cascade Falls' is happy with average water availability, but thrives with "wet feet" or in water-logged soils
Native Habitat: Native to Southern US and up the Mississippi River Valley